Series POLS - Oceania - Proto-Oceanic Linguistic Studies

Date RangeSeptember 1969 - August 1979
Quantity0.51 cm, 2 items
ProvenanceCapell, Arthur

This series contains material on Proto-Oceanic linguistic studies. It includes a paper on the topic by Andrew Pawley and a Proto-Malaitan lexicon by Richard Levy and Nathan Smith.

Oceania is a geographical (often geopolitical) region consisting of numerous countries and territories mostly islands in the Pacific Ocean. The exact scope of Oceania is controversial, with varying interpretations including East Timor, Australia, New Zealand, or none of these.

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AC2-POLS101 On the internal relationships of Eastern Oceanic languages.
Proto-Oceanic linguistic studies, Oceania.
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Typescript. By Andrew Pawley. Expanded version of paper read at Conf. On Oceanic Prehistory, Fiji, August 1979.

Creator Capell, Arthur
Control AC2-POLS101
Date range August 1979    Quantity 0.35 cm, 1 folio
Inventory Identifier POLS101 Series POLS
AC2-POLS102 A proto-Malaitan lexicon.
Proto-Oceanic linguistic studies, Oceania.
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Typescript (revised copy). By Richard Levy and Nathan Smith. On some pages the text is fading at the bottom.

Creator Capell, Arthur
Control AC2-POLS102
Date range September 1969    Quantity 0.16 cm, 1 folio
Inventory Identifier POLS102 Series POLS

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